Figures 68-76: The Great Diamonds of the World (Natural Size)
Figure 68. The Sancy
Figure 69. The Polar Star
Figure 70. The Empress Eugenie or Pigott
Figure 71. The Koh-i-noor
Figure 72. The Star of the South
Figure 73. The Regent or Pitt
Figure 74. The Grand Duke of Tuscany
Figure 75. The Orloff
Figure 76. The Grand Mogul
This plate is from John Howard Appleton's (1844-1930) Chemistry, Developed by Facts and Principles Drawn Chiefly from the Non-Metals, published in 1884. Intended as an introduction to the study of chemistry, this volume contains illustrations throughout the text including color plates. Color plates have been digitized along with a selection of illustrations.
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Appleton, John Howard. “Figures 68-76: The Great Diamonds of the World (Natural Size).” Chemistry, Developed by Facts and Principles Drawn Chiefly from the Non-Metals. Providence, Rhode Island: Providence Lithograph Company, 1884. Science History Institute. Philadelphia. https://digital.sciencehistory.org/works/e4f857v.
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